Question about Kitchen Ranges
It can be changed.Are you looking to self-repair?I assume it is frayed or just doesn't look safe?If you are I have a couple suggestions.The wires in the new cord need to be at least as thick,if not thicker as the old wire.Wire thickness is measured in guage.The lower the number,the thicker it is.Example:4 guage is actually 1/4 inch thick while 8 guage is 1/inch thick.1/4 inch is thicker than 1/8 inch.If you can take it apart,that would be the best way to replace,straight through to the terminal.If you can't,you may want to have someone do it for you.
Good luck! Greg That's almost antique now!lol
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